ESL teachers: get your vowel sound teaching materials on iTunes

ESL teachers, improve your student’s English pronunciation today.  Help your students achieve clearer and more effective speech using Tarle Speech pronunciation ebooks for American vowel sounds.  Tarle Speech is pleased to announce that our sound packages are now available in two ebooks on the iTunes store. Through these valuable guides, you will: Learn how to teach each sound through clear instructions and close up video examples.  Then use the practice files to guide your students to achieve mastery of each sound through intensive practice sections These books include practice lessons developed by Jennifer Tarle M.A. CCC-SLP, a leading expert in ESL pronunciation.  Each practice lesson includes simple, clear, written instructions, video close ups of each sound, video examples of words and sentences,  and audio examples of words and sentences. The Tarle Speech method of ESL pronunciation training will get the results that you need to become a more effective English communicator.   Improve your

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How to Pronounce Vowel Sound Workbooks on iTunes

Attention all Mac, iPhone, and iPad users!  Tarle Speech is pleased to announce that our sound packages are now available in two ebooks on the iTunes store. Improve your English Pronunciation today.  Achieve clearer and more effective speech using your best pronunciation of short vowels. Through this valuable guide, you will: Learn how to correctly say each sound through clear instructions and close up video examples Achieve mastery of each sound through intensive practice sections This book includes practice lessons developed by Jennifer Tarle M.A. CCC-SLP, a leading expert in ESL pronunciation.  Each practice lesson includes simple, clear, written instructions, video close ups of each sound, video examples of words and sentences,  and audio examples of words and sentences. The Tarle Speech method of ESL pronunciation training will get the results that you need to become a more effective English communicator.   Improve your English pronunciation and be better understood today!

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Free webinar: top vowel mistakes

Sign up for our free webinar on July 22 from 1-2 PM central time.  We will review the top vowel mistakes that ESL speakers make. Click the link to sign up:   https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/604014546

Top vowel mistakes of Polish speakers

Most Polish speakers do the following things when they speak English: 1.  Confuse E and IH (say sight or sit) 2.  Say EH instead of AH (say bet instead of bat) 3.  Say EW instead of OOH (say Luke instead of look) 4.  Say O instead of OW (say no instead of now) 5.  Say UH instead of ER (say but instead of Bert) To address these mistakes practice the following sounds: E, IH, AH, OOH, OW, ER

Top vowel mistakes of Czech speakers

1.  Say E instead of IH (sounds like beet instead of bit) 2.  Say EH instead of A (sounds like let instead of late) 3.  Say AW instead of AH (sounds like bought instead of bat) 4.  Say UH instead of ER (sounds like but instead of Bert) 5.  Say EW instead of OOH (sounds like kooky instead of cookie) 6.  Say O instead of AW (sounds like boat instead of bought) 7.  Say AW instead of OW (sounds like braun instead of brown)

Top vowel mistakes of Vietnamese speakers

1.  Confuse E and IH (say either Pete or pit) 2.  Say EH instead of A (say bet instead of bait) 3.  Say AW instead of AH (say bought instead of bat) 4.  Say UH instead of ER (say but instead of Bert) 5.  Say EW instead of OOH (say Luke instead of look) 6.  Say O instead of AW (say boat instead of bought)

Top vowel mistakes of Korean speakers

1.  Say E instead of IH (say peak instead of pick) 2.  Say EH instead of A (say red instead of raid) 3.  Say EH instead of AH (say set instead of sat) 4.  Say UH instead of ER (say cut instead of curt) 5.  Say EW instead of OOH (suit instead of soot) 6.  Say O instead of AW (say boat instead of bought)

Top vowel mistakes of Turkish speakers

1.  Say E instead of IH (sounds like seat instead of sit) 2.  Say UH instead of I (sounds like but instead of bite) 3.  Say EH instead of AH (sounds like bet instead of bat) 4.  Say EW instead of OOH (sounds like suit instead of soot) 5.  Say O instead of AW (sounds like boat instead of bought)

Top vowel mistakes of Arabic speakers

1.  Say E instead of IH (sounds like team instead of Tim) 2.  Say EH instead of A (sounds like Ed instead of aide) 3.  Say AW instead of AH (sounds like cop instead of cap) 4.  Say EW instead of OOH (say kooky instead of cookie) 5.  Say UH instead of AW (sounds like but instead of bought) 6.  Say UH instead of OW (sounds like ton instead of town)

Top vowel mistakes of Farsi speakers

1.  Say E instead of IH  (sounds like team instead of Tim) 2.  Say AW instead of AH (say cob instead of cab) 3.  Say UH instead of ER (say ton instead of turn) 4.  Say EW instead of OOH (say kooky instead of cookie) 5.  Say UH instead of AW (soundsl ike but instead of bought) 6.  Say AW instead of OW (sounds like pond intead of pound)

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